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Nine websites to buy imported products and receive in Brazil | E-commerce

Importing products online from foreign sales websites allows you to take advantage of cheap deals, even at the high dollar rate. Brazilians are increasingly using this method to save money and buy unavailable products in the country. International sales portals, such as AliExpress, started to invest in this public, accepting, for example, bank payment.

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The following is a list of nine websites for ordering imported goods and receiving merchandise in Brazil. Remember that all international orders are subject to tax and that before making a purchase, I need to check and make sure that the online store is reliable. TechTudo is not responsible for purchases made on the websites.

List brings nine options of websites to import foreign products Photo: Pond5List brings nine options of websites to import foreign products Photo: Pond5

List brings nine options of websites to import foreign products Photo: Pond5

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AliExpress is Brazilians' favorite international shopping site Photo: Reproduo / Mirella StivaniAliExpress is Brazilians' favorite international shopping site Photo: Reproduo / Mirella Stivani

AliExpress is Brazilians' favorite international shopping site Photo: Reproduo / Mirella Stivani

AliExpress is known for the variety of products offered. The marketplace brings together more than 40 different categories, such as clothes, costumes, gadgets, collectibles, shoes, jewelry, watches, among others. As competition between stores hosted on the fierce platform, prices are often quite attractive.

In Brazil, it is possible to make the payment on the bank or credit card, and lightning offers are frequent. In addition, some Brazilian stores sell products on the Chinese portal. The Portuguese version of AliExpress is designed for Brazilian consumers exactly and displays the values ??in Real including the national currency accepted as a form of payment.

2. Purchase Away

Simulation of the purchase of an iPhone XS in Buy Out, new post office Photo: Reproduction / TechTudoSimulation of the purchase of an iPhone XS in Buy Out, new post office Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

Simulation of the purchase of an iPhone XS in Buy Out, new post office Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

Buy Out is a platform launched by the Post Office that facilitates purchases on foreign sites. The service allows you to use an address in the United States to purchase products that are not delivered to Brazil. The user gains access to an American address right after completing the free registration on the platform. To use Buy Out services, I have to pay for shipping (which varies according to the size of the goods and the mode of delivery, normal or fast).

As the order delivered via post office, it is important for consumers to be aware that they have to pay taxes as soon as the product arrives in the country. But the amount already taxed before the shipment is shipped, so by withdrawing your order, you can already know how much to spend.

Wish known for free shipping, but long wait for orders to arrive Photo: Raquel Freire / TechTudoWish known for free shipping, but long wait for orders to arrive Photo: Raquel Freire / TechTudo

Wish known for free shipping, but long wait for orders to arrive Photo: Raquel Freire / TechTudo

Wish is an online sales site that lists different imported products, mostly Chinese. Prices call attention because they are very affordable. Clothing, baby accessories, electronics, home furnishings and more can be found. Prices of products are converted to Real. Wish is also famous for offering free shipping, but user reports indicate that parcel delivery usually takes time, so the site is not recommended for urgent purchases.

4. American World (mundo.americanas.br)

American world Photo: ReproductionAmerican world Photo: Reproduction

American world Photo: Reproduction

The site is an online store owned by Americanas and rene imported products. All sales items are shown with prices already in Real, have free international shipping and can be paid in installments on the credit card. Products up to $ 50 are not taxed even after they arrive in Brazil. However, when a purchase exceeds this amount, the site includes a warning that fees and taxes will be added to the final amount.

5. Banggood (banggood)

Banggood has been online since 2004 Photo: Reproduction / Mirella StivaniBanggood has been online since 2004 Photo: Reproduction / Mirella Stivani

Banggood has been online since 2004 Photo: Reproduction / Mirella Stivani

The Chinese store website has been online since 2004 and has a Portuguese language version for Brazilian consumers. Banggood is not a marketplace, ie all products offered belong to the same store. All prices are already displayed when converting to Real, and purchases can be split in the credit card. Depending on the amount spent, free shipping. Banggood sells everything from toys and clothes to technological and home decor products.

6. TinyDeal (tinydeal)

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No TinyDeal some freights are free Photo: Reproduction / Mirella Stivani

TinyDeal is focused on offering electronics, but the site also sells clothing, beauty products and even car parts. A plus of the site is the Portuguese version, but the limited payment method: TinyDeal accepts only credit card, and does not allow installment purchase. On the other hand, the portal provides some products with free shipping, and shipping may occur after 24 hours.

7. Gearbest (.gearbest)

Gearbest offers a wide range of electronic products. Photo: Reproduction / Mirella StivaniGearbest offers a wide range of electronic products. Photo: Reproduction / Mirella Stivani

Gearbest offers a wide range of electronic products. Photo: Reproduction / Mirella Stivani

The Chinese site is very popular with Brazilians who want to buy electronic products, as many items are not available in the national territory and are not even expected to launch in Brazil. Although electronics are at the forefront of Gearbest, the site is appealing for the variety of products and prices it has to offer. The original site interface in English, but Google automatically translates the content into Portuguese. Prices are displayed in euros and the store only accepts international credit card.

8. Urbanoutfitters (urbanoutfitters)

Urbanoutfitters, a website specializing in international clothing sales. Photo: Reproduo / Mirella StivaniUrbanoutfitters, a website specializing in international clothing sales. Photo: Reproduo / Mirella Stivani

Urbanoutfitters, a website specializing in international clothing sales. Photo: Reproduo / Mirella Stivani

Urbanoutfitters is a Chinese clothing-oriented website. The platform even offers other types of products, but there are not many options. As for clothes, it is possible to find different international brands with attractive prices. The Urbanoutfitters interface is entirely in Portuguese and payment can only be made in dollars and with an international credit card.

Grabr connects buyers and travelers to receive products from abroad and earn extra money. Photo: Divulgao / GrabrGrabr connects buyers and travelers to receive products from abroad and earn extra money. Photo: Divulgao / Grabr

Grabr connects buyers and travelers to receive products from abroad and earn extra money. Photo: Divulgao / Grabr

Grabr is a platform that connects shoppers to travelers. The former gets the product he wants for a cheaper price and the latter earns an extra income. The process is simple: The customer places the order on the site and then receives offers from users willing to make the purchase abroad and deliver it personally at a rate of 15% to 20% of the total cost of the product. The commission also includes taxes and customs fees. Thus, the buyer, in addition to having the guarantee that receive the goods, does not suffer from delays in delivery.

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